Wow, what a weekend. We had some laughs, had
some a lot of struggles, and made it home in one piece. We are a few steps closer to Winter Romp 2015. To seem my full photo gallery on Flickr, click here or view the slideshow below.
I’m finally back with my newly designed Smugmug based website. I hope to post a lot more both on my website and my blog page. Feel free to drop me a line and let me know what you think. Check out the new design here:
I am the official photographer of Grey Kitten Designs! These are amazing knit goods. If you buy now 100% of the proceeds go to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute with a full matching donation by a corporate sponsor. Visit her store here.
After a successful bone marrow donation to my sister in 2005, she suggested we take photos with the same shirt and same hair since we now shared the same DNA.
March, 17, 2013 marks the 4 year anniversary of her passing.
To donate to my Pan Massachusetts Challenge for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute please visit this link:
December 2001 – My sister Shareen on the beach during her first cancer. I consider this to be the best photo I’ve ever taken.
My sister Shareen had cancer 4 times and passed away in 2009. We spent many years at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and this year, I’ve committed to raising money for cancer research by riding in the 2013 Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC). On the first weekend in August, I will join 5,500 cyclists in the PMC ride, an annual bike-a-thon that raises money for research and care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. I am doing the full 190 mile ride from Sturbridge to Provincetown.
Each rider is required to raise $4300. Your donation is tax deductible and 100% will go to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
To donate to my ride please visit this link:
Thanks for all your help and support over the years and for this cause that gives back to the institution that helped many times over the years.
About a year ago, my Apple Airport Extreme died. I brogut it to the Apple store and they said it wasn’t repairable. What do do with this old piece of hardware? I decided to take off the top cover and rubber bottom and glue them together. I now have the perfect Apple coaster that matches my minimalistic Apple computer and accessories. Also posted on Flickr and MacRumors.com.
Recent photos update and a new photo of the Grand Tetons from our Trip West 2012. Please visit my Flickr Page for the day to day updates.